Gases

Clearing the Air in Gas Delivery

MIG and TIG welding, plasma cutting, laser cutting or welding all require compressed gases. How these gases are stored, handled and used will determine the extent that the overall cost of these gas products impacts your bottom line. The correct gas delivery system will provide the most economical and efficient results to complement any of these applications – and the normal starting point for all of them is a cylinder of gas and a regulator. 
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Linde Launches New Safety Program

Estimates reveal that up to one-third of global acetylene retail sales are collected and transported in unventilated vehicles that could build up flammable acetylene in the event of a leak. Many vehicles are also not fitted with appropriate restraints to prevent cylinders from toppling over and knocking open handwheel valves.

CONCOA Appoints New Sales Manager for Europe

Damion Angell is the new sales manager for CONCOA Europa, based in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Damion Angell is now responsible for spearheading new markets in Europe, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East, and North Africa by taking charge of product development, marketing and account service to develop business globally.

Airgas Acquires Welding & Therapy Service, Inc. with Five Locations in Indiana and Kentucky

Since the beginning of its fiscal year, Airgas has acquired 11 businesses with aggregate annual revenues of nearly $82 million.

Airgas Recognized as John Deere “Partner-Level” Supplier for 2013

Partner-level status is Deere & Company's highest supplier rating.

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